The project will describe the personal and practice characteristics of GPs participating in registrar supervision according to their geographic location of work, using national-level quantitative data. This will systematically identify GPs with a high versus low propensity for supervision. Qualitative interviews with GPs currently supervising or not, and working in Tasmanian Districts of Workforce Strategies, will then explore the barriers and enablers that underpin supervision participation decisions.
This project is a collaborative project with General Practice Training Tasmania (GPTT), who are the lead organization, GP Supervisors Australia, and Monash University School of Rural Health.
The application was submitted electronically by GPTT on 19 May 2017. The Monash costing model was used to calculate Monash investigator salaries (overheads cannot be included).